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At 1:31pm on January 5, 2024, Ronald Morris said…

Good day,
I picked interest in you after going through your short profile and demanding it is necessary for me to write to you immediately. I have something very important to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on ( for full details.
Best regards,

At 1:13am on July 13, 2010, Iris Antongiorgi Concepcion said…
At 7:30pm on May 12, 2010, Cornelius (Scott) McCarthy said…

Glad you are doing what you do--very important for everyone, especially those who are in the restoration of their culture and spirituality. The 2 ways fit together--if people take the time to really see what both are about!
At 7:25pm on May 12, 2010, Cornelius (Scott) McCarthy said…
Hola Jonathan,

Just a quick note for now...:
We might have a few friends in common: Yahureibo, Roberto Mucaro Borrero, Guey Martin Colondres and some others.

Also, you might want to know about my Native(intertribal) spirituality book:

People of the Circle, People of the Four Directions
(Blue Dolphin Publishing, Nevada City, CA.



Father Scott McCarthy
At 5:07pm on March 8, 2010, Iris Antongiorgi Concepcion said…
At 11:24am on December 20, 2009, majaguany said…
Salute Taino'ti:
Have a happy holidays...estamos vivo!
At 11:43pm on June 26, 2009, Pablo Soto Campoamor said…
Muchas gracias hermano. Como no soy Catolico pienso que no seria apropiado participar en tu grupo. De todos modos, gracias por la invitacion. Suerte!
At 4:40pm on June 26, 2009, Pablo Soto Campoamor said…
Muy bien gracias. Y usted?
At 9:39pm on May 29, 2009, Iris Antongiorgi Concepcion said…
Buen fin de semana .Gracias


At 7:01pm on May 2, 2009, Tania *Heremuru* said…
Hi, tau ti brother!! thanx for conserning and yes Im ok, i've been so busy with college and work that hardly I've had the time to be updated in my social networks.
At 8:39pm on April 29, 2009, Miguel Sague Jr said…
Tau Jonathan
The art of cigar making is a spefic skill that must be honed and learned over a period of time through trial and error. It is a hand-made skill and the results can not be duplicated by a machine

.I have friends that have done it and I know that there is a bit of a thriving illegal cottage industry in South Florida in which Cuban-American emigrees roll and craft Cohiba knock-offs in their homes and then fit them wiith genuine Cuban Cohiba cigar rings, The cigar rings are smuggled out of Havana by relatives who visit their family members that work at the Cuban cigar factories and steal handfulls of rings for them to take to Miami. When the Miami-made cigars acquire the Cohiba ring their value triples to as much as $25 per cigar..
I'll talk to my friends about the possibility of you learning the skill
At 5:36pm on April 29, 2009, Arenahi said…
Hmm I'm not sure about cigar making, I will ask my mom. As far as cassava bread, interestingly enough there are words for the two types of cassava bread you mention, the large flat one and the small moist one. (I will have to go back and search for the words). To my knowledge both are still made but the moist one seems to be more popular in St. Lucia, probably because it's sweet and white bread has replaced cassava bread as a staple, although we still eat cassava with meals (ground provisions they call it).

I will be headed to St. Lucia in a few weeks so I will ask around. I know we have favorite spot where we get the moist kind because they have so many flavors, even curry flavored. I personally like mine plain but I think I'll try the curry next time.
At 4:43pm on April 20, 2009, Miguel Sague Jr said…
Tau Brother
Sorry that it took so long for me to respond to your last comment in my profile page.
Of course the story of La Virgen De La Caridad Del Cobre is one with which every Cuban is intimately familiar. We all know that there were two Tainos and a black boy in that boat the day that this miraculous icon was discovered floating upon the waters of Nipe Bay. The fact that these two Tainos were forgotten by the rest of the world and that almost every popular image of Caridad Del Cobre that you see typically nowadays shows two white men with beards in the place of the two Taino brothers is a source of puzzlement and bitterness for those of us who know the truth. I have an extensive post in my own website "Caney Circle" about Caridad Del Cobre and about the Hoyos brothers.
Taino Ti Brother
At 11:08am on April 6, 2009, Iris Antongiorgi Concepcion said…


At 9:45pm on April 5, 2009, Joshua M. Torres said…
Hi Jonathan, I am well thank you. I have had a a chance to read Moscosso's book (which is basically his dissertation). It is pretty good.

Good luck with your studies. Regards, --Josh
At 6:58pm on April 5, 2009, Miguel Sague Jr said…
Tau again brother
I responded to your last communication with an extensive explanation of progressive Catholic Liberation Theology and its history in Central America and you did not respond back. I hope there was nothing in my e-mail that offended you. If there was it was not intentional.
Taino Ti
At 4:23pm on March 17, 2009, Miguel Sague Jr said…
Tau Brother
I want you to know that I applaud your spiritual conviction, especially in the face of the hostility that has been shown to Catholics in our Resurgence movement recently. I believe that there will not be true unity in our community until we ,as you say, GET OVER the antagonism and intolerance to other religious inclinations.
I want you to be aware of the fact that although i myself am no longer a practicing Catholic I have made it my business to study the positive impact that contemporary popular Catholicism has had on the survival of traditional Indigenous cultures. In Guatemala especially the traditional Mayas owe much of their lifestyle's survival to the tolerant, heroic attitude of some Liberation Theology priests and the popular synchretic local Catholic tradition. These two social elements created a bulwark against the aggressive and disastrous culture-killing proselytization efforts of American Protestant fundamentalist Evangelicals during the tragic decade of the 1980's when Raegan-inspired extermination policies wiped out hundreds of Maya villagers who refused to submit to the alien foreign order.
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